GBL is a new legal high, but the government has taken the step to outlaw this dangerous substance and it is now illegal. GBL can be consumed in a myriad of ways. This includes taking it orally, intravenously (injection) or nasal inhalation. Once it is consumed, the GBL is similar to alcohol, particularly when it is consumed in smaller quantities. GBL is notably potentially fatal when consumed with alcohol. This can be attributed to symptoms such as difficulty in breathing, leading to a coma or even death. Long term GBL use is known to trigger a range of mental health probs such as depression, anxiety, stress, psychosis and even suicide.

GBL stands for gamma-butyrolactone. It’s used in many different industrial applications, including but not limited to paint stripping and metal cleaning – definitely not something you want to be ingesting.

This colourless and colourless powder is consumed by dissolving it in water. This drug is ranked as a mild sedative and depressive/ Once GBL enters the bloodstream the enzymes found in your liver convert it to GHBV. This affects users by slowing the central nervous system in the way that alcohol does.

Here at the recovery trust we strongly recommend that people suffering from this kind of substance abuse issue come in for residential rehabilitation therapy. GBL withdrawal can result in a series of dangerous and uncomfortable symptoms which requires all-hours monitoring to ensure that there is a safe transition into sobriety. Pharmaceuticals to ease the withdrawal symptoms could be recommended to the patient during this time, these are carefully selected by professionals and administered responsibly.

Upon entry to one of our rehabilitation facilities, we will first assess you to see what kind of care is appropriate. If deemed necessary you will undergo detox until you are ready to move on to the residential rehab where your addictive habits are analysed, we will uncover the source of your addiction. Determine what can help you and teach you to challenge any negative thought patterns. We will also teach you coping mechanisms for dealing with the crisis as well as preventing relapse. This should help you to maintain a life of sobriety moving forward. We will also introduce you to a programme of aftercare which will help you to continue your recovery into the future with continued support from professionals and a support group. This is because having a support network is incredibly important moving forward on any recovering person.

We are only a phone call away and are ready to help you in any way we can.

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GBL Rehab
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GBL Rehab
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GBL is a new legal high, but the government has taken the step to outlaw this dangerous substance and it is now illegal. GBL can be consumed in a myriad of ways. This includes taking it orally, intravenously (injection) or nasal inhalation. Once it is consumed, the GBL is similar to alcohol, particularly when it is consumed in smaller quantities. GBL is notably potentially fatal when consumed with alcohol. This can be attributed to symptoms such as difficulty in breathing, leading to a coma or even death. Long term GBL use is known to trigger a range of mental health probs such as depression, anxiety, stress, psychosis and even suicide. GBL stands for gamma-butyrolactone. It’s used in many different industrial applications, including but not limited to paint stripping and metal cleaning - definitely not something you want to be ingesting. This colourless and colourless powder is consumed by dissolving it in water. This drug is ranked as a mild sedative and depressive/ Once GBL enters the bloodstream the enzymes found in your liver convert it to GHBV. This affects users by slowing the central nervous system in the way that alcohol does. Here at the recovery trust we strongly recommend that people suffering from this kind of substance abuse issue come in for residential rehabilitation therapy. GBL withdrawal can result in a series of dangerous and uncomfortable symptoms which requires all-hours monitoring to ensure that there is a safe transition into sobriety. Pharmaceuticals to ease the withdrawal symptoms could be recommended to the patient during this time, these are carefully selected by professionals and administered responsibly. Upon entry to one of our rehabilitation facilities, we will first assess you to see what kind of care is appropriate. If deemed necessary you will undergo detox until you are ready to move on to the residential rehab where your addictive habits are analysed, we will uncover the source of your addiction. Determine what can help you and teach you to challenge any negative thought patterns. We will also teach you coping mechanisms for dealing with the crisis as well as preventing relapse. This should help you to maintain a life of sobriety moving forward. We will also introduce you to a programme of aftercare which will help you to continue your recovery into the future with continued support from professionals and a support group. This is because having a support network is incredibly important moving forward on any recovering person. We are only a phone call away and are ready to help you in any way we can.
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